A Socio-Pragmatic Analysis of the Prisoners’ Interactional Role and Representation
In its double focus on the defendants’ interactional role in the trial and their representation in Royalist accounts, the book offers a valuable reading for historical courtroom linguists, legal historians and researchers in the field of language, ideology and political propaganda in the early modern period.
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